Jon Benjamin Slams Kwesi Nyantakyi, Sannie Daara And Their 'Attack Dogs' Following Fifa-GOG Meeting Dissolving The GFA's Executive Committee

Jon Benjamin

Former UK Ambassador to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, never saw eye to eye with the GFA during his time in Ghana as he passed some comments to the tune of how corrupt the institution was.
As with most Ghanaians who saw the GFA for what it actually was – a cesspool of pay to play enriching the ‘big men’ and leaving Ghana football to deteriorate – he was eventually proven right.
On Thursday, as we reported, a delegation from the government of Ghana including Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah and deputy AG Godfred Dame met a Fifa delegation after Fifa threatened to ban Ghana if government doesn’t stop its efforts to dissolve the GFA.

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After the meeting, the two parties released a joint statement announcing that the government has agreed to halt the dissolution process of the FA and in exchange, Fifa agreed to the dissolution of the Executive Committee of the GFA and to set up a new committee to run Ghana Football in the interim.
Benjamin, on twitter, responded to the news and expressed no surprise at the outcome.
“FIFA and the Government of Ghana agree implicitly that the GFA was previously guilty of “corruption, malfeasance and other associated criminal conduct”. An absolutely unambiguously damning indictment of Nyantakyi, Sannie Daara and their whole army of paid attack dogs.” Benjamin said.


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